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Dear M. Bernard Arnault, Leave Greta Thunberg Alone

Dear M. Bernard Arnault, Leave Greta Thunberg alone. Did you publicly criticize climate 16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg for “surrendering to catastrophism”?  Really? I am so astounded by your comment, which I read moments ago in Forbes Magazine that I simply had to write to you and make sure that there was no error involved. Surely,

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ScaleYOU Friday Video 36: Why good leaders make you feel safe

  In this TED talk video, Simon Sinek takes about qualities that good leaders have. One attribute that Simon highlights in the video is willingness to sacrifice. Simon connects how military leaders willing to sacrifice themselves builds trust and safety among their subordinates – a quality that many business leaders are not known for. Compellingly,

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Business Tips : How most people blow their first business meeting And How Can you save yours.

Business Tips: How most people blow their first business meeting and how can You save yours You land a meeting with a prospect that you’ve been researching for quite some time.  Then you make the same mistake that most salespeople make:  You book an hour-long meeting at her office, next thing you know, you blew

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ScaleYOU Friday Video 13 – Doris Kearns Goodwin – Learning From Past Presidents

This TED Video from October 2008, is in fact, timely with the recent release of the new Spielberg film, Lincoln . Pulitzer Prize-winner Doris Kearns Goodwin is an eloquent speaker who shares a number of fun anecdotes and stories – especially from her times with Former President Lyndon B. Johnson. The theme here is understanding that we need

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DOing vs. BEing: creating rules that put customers first

I recently purchased dysfunctional products/services from three vendors who were unwilling to go outside company rules to fix the problems they caused. How can we take part in the Trust Economy if our corporate rules preclude us from taking care of customers? Too often there’s a divergence between company rules and customer needs. I’ll use

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